“1.3 Students must comply with the relevant enrolment, exemption and transfer procedures applying to each programme or unit.”
“4.1 All student must:
4.1.1 Ensure that their enrolment and progress in their award programme is lawful and consistent with the rules and regulation of the University. It is the student’s responsibility to maintain current information in the student information system and observe key dates and deadlines.”
For and enquiries please write to us on the e-mail address: Enquiry-Academic(a)fnu.ac.fj
Student Academic Services Staff are available at the following locations for assistance:
Hoodlesss House | Nasinu Campus | Samabula Campus | Koronivia Campus | Nadi Campus | Lautoka Campus | Labasa Campus
We are currently updating the system information on students' details such as postal and contact details, Birth Certificate and TIN/FNPF letter etc.
For all academic counseling please visit the DEAN/HOS/HOD or Academic Officer of the College.
RE: Trimester 1, 2016 Ba and Raiwai Campus Examination and Penster 2 Examination
1. Trimester 1, 2016 Examination for Ba and Raiwai Campus will commence on Wednesday 18 May and end on Wednesday 27 May which is over a period of eight days. (FTV students will sit for their exam from 8 to 10 June.)
2. Penster 2, Examination for Derrick and Labasa Campus will commence on 23 May and end on 27 May.
3. All ID cards need to be validated before Monday 18 May for Trimester students and 23 May for Penster students as a validated ID card is a requirement to sit for any exam.
4. Please take out time to see the finance section for any fee issues before your exams.
5. Examination Timetable is now on the FNU website:
School of Creative Arts/CHE, Trimester 1, 2016.
CEST Penster 2 Examination Timetable, 2016.
6. The invigilators are advised to allow students with FEES FULLY PAID sticker on ID Card access to examination. Students who have already validated the sticker which has the end date for Trimester 1 as 29 April are to use the same since the Trimester 1 date has now been extended to 27 May (RAIWAI CAMPUS AND BA CAMPUS STUDENTS ONLY).
Senior officers of the Fiji Police Force are currently attending a workshop aimed at enhancing their knowledge of Parliamentary processes and procedures.
Workshop facilitator and FNU’s Adjunct Professor of Governance and Ethics Professor Richard Herr says the objective of the course is to develop a platform of knowledge and skills for personnel who need an understanding of the parliament.
Senior officers of the Fiji Police Force are attending a workshop aimed at enhancing the knowledge of Parliamentary processes and procedures.
The workshop which is funded by the Japans Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects Programme is facilitated by the Fiji National University.
Titled The Law, Parliament and You, it is expected to give the officers knowledge of, and familiarity with, the fundamentals of the operation of the Parliament of Fiji as a law-making institution.
|26 May - 30 June||FNU Alumni Association Tour|
|27 - 28 June||Conversational Leadership Training 2016|
|7 - 8 July||National Trainers Conference 2016|
|18 - 19 July||2016 Pacific Update Conference|
|Events for Students|
|2 May - 25 August||Math Help Koisk 2016|
|25 May - 10 June||Debate Competition|
|18 June - 2 July||CV and Cover Letter Writing Workshop|